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VOL. XX. DAILYJiERALD. ! 1 — ( P'.- , * morning, exoopt Monday, by < jOsbph r ];qm ■ TBRMS FOR DAILY HERALD: f st annum, by mall oraxprsai 17.00 Hlx montha. by man or expros. 4.00 «i-wai.; ik loe j WEEKLY HERALD. | PtTSLIBIIItD EyUHT SATCBDAT MoRMIMO j TERMS: Ono year, by mall er sxpress, one copy $*.0C 3ix months, by mail or express 1 75 Thrac aaentM by mall or sxprssa UOC AJJTKRTIB E M Inserted at raaaonablV rates IST All Kinds of Job Work done to compete with : .11 r'roncUeo lv price, style and of wortnnanahlp. 1 Railroad Are I .lent In tSrrnsay' i BsRLIK, September 3d.--As a train from jHerKh whs j man ing Stegitz to *\v.v.:.jk run into crowds of people N.%'rtt|are intending to take tho return V Berlin were pressing forward to J f-n.a/lue carriages on the wroug side, i A Biblber of people wero killed and wounded* It is estimated that the num ber will reach forty. A Little Latin. i Pock "a Sun.] An effort is being mode to induce dee ' toi-d to stop writing their prescriptions in Latin and use United States language. 80 many inoffensive nick people have beftit killed by druggists putting up lo ; belia und other dangvroos drugs in place of some mild cuul. .gentle purgative, i whitib the system requires, on a Latin 'prescription of an Al. I), physician, I that a society at tlie Eaat threaten* to li.k'i the- law into their own hands ; and put a atop to it. As a usual tlnng the physician who graduate* with high honora at some higb-toued morgue, I does not know any more about the com mon English branched than is gaod lor him, and hia b And writing ia tbo merest goose tracks— a sort of delertum tremeus lon paper. Now, when you come to put such writing as that ioto Latin, to be re*4 by a sleepy prescription clerk who has been route', out of lied at midnjght in his shirt sleeves, there can only be one result. Tbe patidnt will be worse nxr day. A impy * (brag clerk is only human, and win-11 be strikes one 'of those ingredients in the prescription j where U Ml* htm to put up three ! saw-teeth of podophyllum, and tbe word* ! looks more like penny royal than it dues < like podophyllum, and more like pepper mint than either one of them', ho is lia ble to trust a good deal to lack and put in that which is the least injurious. No drug clerk entfts to lone 11 good position by not being able to read-a stroke of lightning; and tl suit is puts jup soiuethiug. and then cnarges enough I more to make up for what he doesn't jknow. There aro forty eight millions !of people iv this country wbo:-y lives, to a greater or leas extent, rest on prescription clerks; and the eastern so ciety who have flung their hunner to the breeze and sounded the deutb of the dead languages, will he embalmed iv the hearts of a grateful posterity. They are d.iing a noble work. Dead lan* 'gnages m c well enough for dead people; I but tbey are eminently Out of place iiu this nge of animated things. OTc ui'sc the lopping off of the excrea [certce will bring doctors down to a level j wiih ordinary moitals, and they will , have to tako their chances. LATE TELEGRAMS. (SPECIAL TO THE HKRALL.I Peutaeua-er* mouth and aSsu>f. Fresno, Sept. 2.—The following Is a \ list of aonth bound passengers |>as*iuu here to-day: T J Ciystile and wife, J B Lankershi.ii nud wifc'lJ J Carr and wife. J D Dunlap and four prisoners, M Choae, Simon Levy, Los Angeles; H T Carter, Brooklyn, N V; Mr. U .1 Drew, Mrs J S Csbrockia and two children, .1 E Thom as, Arizona; M Sell, Berkeley; B B Col ter, A Castle, J O'Neill, Sau Francisco; D L Coektey aud wife, Bh< ll.y, Ohio; (J il Baldnein, Caleb Saunders and wife, Miss Annie O Saunders, Lawrence, Mass, M Mendelaon, San Juan; Frank O Eaton, St Louts. C'halfant rsrdsua Himself Bas September 3.—Dr. Chalfaut, the dentist who shot aud killed Dr. Bacon, of Boston, agent of the Goodyear Robber Company, on April H, 1877, escaped yesterday from iho Sou Quentin prison. C'halfant was con demned to ten years imprisonment and tatS already served nearly three and a half years. • His escape was effected by I a lady visiter, who, it is supposed, suc ceeded in bringing him a bundle of . clothes, which he pet on and quietly walked ont not being recognized by the i guards. His friends were working hard | ior his pardon with good prospects of success. Tbe prison waVeti offers fifty dollars reward for his c.-.pture. - Saa Francisco .Votes. San Francisco, Sept. 3 — Thomas Davenport, a California pioneer, for tbe last fifteen years a bookkeeper iv the Bank of Calitornia, died at bis residence in Alameda yesterday, aged 72 years. Tha steamer Arabic, from Hong Bone, arrived yesterday, having oa board the Corean Embassy and suite en route to Washington. They are tba first of their race ever seen on this continent. Tbe Golden Gate Fair opens at tbe Oakland Trotting Park to-day, and con tinues all the week. Borne of tbe fast est horses in tba Btatt have been en tered for Iba races. ■lis. Htsaarir tip. San Buenaventura. Sept. 3.—W, A. Gordon, an old and respected citizen of Santa Panla, haa suicided by placing himself on a keg of giant ptiwdei and touching it off. He was blown to atoms, pieces of his body being scattered all over. His brother from the East arrived a few hours after tlie occurrence. Temporary insanity is assigned as tbe cause. Montana "Salter*. Helena, Montana, September 3.— Senator Vast, of Missouri, arrived via the Northern Pacific Railroad this evening. He and Delegate Magiunet, of Montana, are a special Congressional Commission to examine and report as to the feasibili ty of opening to settlement parts of several Indian Reservations. They will leave here in a few days on their mis aioD. The Territorial Fair that begins to day promises to lw one of the great events of the age in the West. Several of tbe fastest horses of tbo Northwest are here. The fair will ch'So ou Satur day. The Villard party will arrive here on Friday morning and spend the day at the Fair. On Saturday morning they will leave for Mullen tunnel to witness the driving of the golden spike. Sane la Their'n Philadelphia, Sept. 3 -The Tele graphers' Brotherhood has dissolved connection with the Knights of Labor. A newspaper Screened. Boston, Sept. 3.—Resolutiona were passed yesterday by the Amalgamated Irish and Catholic societes at Full River in joint Convention to boycott the Uaily Herald because the latter rofascd to print tbe appeal for aid on bebalf of the families of the men executed for implica tion in the Phoenix Park murders. Reduction or the Tobaeee Tarn. •WaSMINOTON, Sept. B.—lnternal Rev enue Bureau claims for rebate of taxes on tobacco, scuff und cigars, growing ont of the recent Internal Revenue Act, have nearly ali been pre*euted, and it is estimated will aggregate 83,500.000. The total ancual reduction on the rev enue on lob iccfi, siinfT end cigars is now computed at 13,665,000. Vlllerd'ej Triumphal March St. Paul, Minn., September 3.—Up on their arrival ut St. Paul this morning a grand reieption was given to the Vil lard party. The Mayor, members of the Council and distinguished ciiizens Were on hand with abundance of car riages into which tbe party proceeded. Soldiers were drawn np in front of tbe depot, presenting an imposing appear ance, and the military band fillod the air with musio as the procession moved up "Third street from the depot. The ovation was of ths most splendid charaoter. Buildings were profusely decorated with flags and ban ners streaming. Beautiful archways were at every corner. The military, are department, leading citizens and Wagons representing every industry uf tbe northwest were in the proeesUiesa. It was received by President Villard and party atfßice's Park. After review big the procession the guests were driven all over the oity. President Vil lard, with General Grant, ooonpied the foremost carriage. From St. Paul they left for Minneapolis at half past twelve, there to receive a second reception. The Cholera •AkkxaM'RlA, Sept. 3.—There were Gve deaths from cholera yesterday. Steamer Laat at Sea London, September 3.—lt is reported that the steamer Ameriqne founded off tbe Needles. Report Dealest. London, Sept. 3—A rumor, that tho steamer Amsrique whioh has oa board tbe cargo and passengers of Ihe dis abled steamer St. Germain had founder -•cd, proves untrue. Anssialte Porta niorkadcd London, Sept, 3.—A dispatch from Hong Bong notes that tb.o French Gen eral Boueh bos demanded of the War Department an additional reinforcement of live thousand mso. The country is till suffering from floods, a. The Frottoh Admiral baa Issued a notice deolaring all ports of Anoern, including Saigon, In • stats ot blockade. An Extraordinary Crime. A peculiarly hViuliah crime lias just i bseu brought to li«ht at Toulouse. The 'police uf thnt city have niuiln a descent upon the honaeof a grocer named Ron tetd, and hare rescued from a cellar a man and a son in thn last stages of con sumption. They wero the brother-in law and nephew of Rouzoul, who, it is stated, kept them in durance while he squandered their fortune, valued at 100,000 franca. The poor vie inn, when rescued, were fonnd to be terribly emaciated, and entirely bereft nf reason. AMUSEMENTS fountain" theatre. D. KUCK. Proprietor H. LEAVITT Manager The Finest in Southern Cali fornia. H. Newmark & Co., WHOLESALE GROCERS, Dealers la Wool, Grain, Ilium. 11, 13 and 16 IX>B ANOELES BTREET. JEM "¥rlaid Cement, We hate jurt received direct from London 6,000 barrels of. Portland Cement which we are offertntr At Greatly Reduced Prioes. Parties cxpectm? to use tarv« quantities can save considerable by buying at am*, before storcliousa charges ars added fICOVIEr.B m TKVK tO7 NORTH LOS ANOELK3 STREET. atari.) Ira GRAND REOPENING. GENUINE Fredericksburg!. Lager Beer ON DRAL'OIIT, AT THI. Fountain Exchange, Mo. .17 Main Htrcr(. hot KaXTxroaac everyday. Cold Lunchtts of all Mods end at all prices. John Srrtngen, l».ui; Proprietor. THE BOSS OF ALL! JUST ARRIVED, THE CELEBRATED WM, J, LEMFS St. Louis La^er OH DRAUOHFT AT 34 Nor th Main St., Los Ana eles, au«7 lm DIOKERSON&CO., REAL ESTATE AGENTS, OSlcc < or Sprliis * First Sta. DIOKERSON, lIAMMEI.L * AHAIIS. Being tVorouvhlv potted In lands ami price, in all parts of the Cily antl County, we can Kiiaran tee satisfaction to our customer* Have choice ppsyssV In Orange, t-anta Ana, Asuaa, San G.l.riol and Pasadena, some fine slock ranirc in Ventura County. Rouse*. Lota and Bu.li.ex. Property In all peris ol ths city. Buy and to'l and sell on comailsstsn all kinds ol propcrtv. Take entire chsigo of property for absent owners, s orrrapomrtenee "solicited Address OM'KKRKON & CO., LOS ANGKLEN. P. O. BOX, tM. Jy I.U Alameda Street FOUN DRY Has re opened, snd will do castings for stores and buildings of ail kinds; also all kinds of foundry work , All work will bs flratcla... Leave orders st ths corner of Alaiueda and Aliso streets, or at the Foundry, P. BALLADE ■ CO, JylO-lmo Proprietors. LOS ANGELES, TUESDAY MORNING. SEPT I. 1883.—WITH SUPPLEMENT. NEW -ADVERTISEMENTS. THK TRAIHTIONAL SHOPKEEPER prefers to keep his wares and stock for years than to part from them without his customary profit-be would rather retain remnants nnd refused merchandise than to regulate the price to its real salable value. ' ' SUCH MERCHANTS are neither progressive nor judicious, and people trading at such an institution soon find out to their dismay that merchandise, like iron, wheat or produce, somotimes declines in value. THE People's Store by reason of Hs large trade, finds that periodically It necessary to weed out the large ere OJJfIDS -AJSTID ISIsTIDS that naturally accumulates—these goods are at present writ ing being marked and placed on our centre tables. We have just reviewed the ODDS AND ENDS and find remarkably good values amongst them, such as would interest mothers and heads of families. EARLY CALLERS will receive Hrst choice, while tardy callers cannot expect to view a full assortment. We publish a Story paper, -which we send to any Address, postpaid. PEOPLE' S STORE. Dillon & Kenealy's SIIWI-A.lffXtTA.l. _ Clearance Sale! We bos; (o announce to onr customers and (he public generally that in order to make room for our FALL & WINTER IMPORTATIONS We are compelled to make a complete Clearance of every dollar's worth of SPRING & SUMMER DRY GOODS IN OUR ENTIRE STOCK. TMs Sale will Continue for the Next 25 Days, During which time we shall hare no regard to the Cost of Spring and Summer Goods. Our object shall be to dispose of these Goods Regardless of Cost! Dillon & Kenealy OOR. MAIN & REQUENA STS. Xos. lei, 1*5, 199, i%CiJommd*M :vr» •>*'» Los An geles Street, los cm. iH.nar K«tabl tutted I860.) G. L. MESNAGER & CQ., (SucoosHors to VAOHH PRBBSS A OO.) WINE & BRANDY MAKERS Offer tor sale to the Wholesale and Retail Trail. One Hundred Thousand Gallons of Pure Old California Wines o All k nds and Grape Brandies Made by Themselves* aliso x hp or no thi mm boards or whiskies omict mom thi east All penoni In aoaroh ot Pure and Healthy Wlnee ahoukl give them a oall. IMC. W. OHIIjSS, HARDWARE EMPORIUM NO. 21 LOS ANGELES ST. Dealer in Stoves, Ranges, Hardware, Agrionltnrat Implements, Faroe and Uf Pumps, Rubber Hose, Crookary and Glassware, Iron and Lead Pipe. Sole Axe for the Superior Stoves and Ranges, manufactured by Bridge* Beaoh Mannfudur ing Co., St.jtouia, Mo. Manufacturer of Tin, Copper and Sheet Ironware and «|« ADVERTISEMKNTS. IMlJl^alNJ WHO IS UNACQUAINTED WITH THE CEOCRAPHV OP THIS COUNTRY, VilLi SEE OY EXAMINING THIS MAP, THAT THB Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific R'Y, Being; the Oreat Central Line, affords to travelers, by reason of Its unrivaled ceo graphical position, the shortest nnd best routo betweon the East, Northeast ana Southeast, nnd the West, Northwest nnd Southwest. It Is literally and strictly true, that its connections are all of the principal lines of road between the Atlantic and tho Pacific. By Its main line and branches It reaohes Chicago, Jollet, Peoria, Ottawa, La Salle, Oeneseo, Mollne and Rock Island, In Illinois i Davenport, Muscatine, Washington, Keokuk, Knoxvllle, Oekatoosa, Fairfield, Dos Moines, West Liberty, lowa City, Atlantic, Avoca, Audubon, Harlan, Outhrlo Center and Council Bluffs, In lowa ; Qallatln, Trenton, Cameron and Kansas City, In Missouri, and Leaven* worth and Atchison In Kansas, and the hundreds of cities, villages and towns Intermediate. The "GREAT ROCK ISLAND ROUTE," As It la familiarly called, offers to travelers all the advantages and comforts Incident to a smooth track, safe bridges. Union Depots at all connecting points. Fast Express Trains, composed of COMMODIOUS, WELL VENTILATED, WELL HEATED, FINELY UPHOLSTERED and ELEGANT DAY COACHES ; a line of the MOST MAGNIFICENT HORTON RECLINING CHAIR CARS .ver built, PULLMAN'S latest designed and handsomest PALACE SLEEPING CARS, and DINING CARS that aro acknowledged by press and people to be the FINEST RUN UPON ANY ROAD IN THE COUNTRY, and in which superior meals are served to travelers at the low rate of SEVENTY-FIVE CENTS EAOH. THREE TRAINS eaoh way between CHICAOO and the MISSOURI RIVER. TWO TRAINS each way between CHICAGO and MINNEAPOLIS and ST. PAUL, via the famous ALBERT LEA ROUTE. A New and Direct Line, via Seneca and Kankakee, hae recently been opened, between Newport News, Richmond, Cincinnati, Indiannpolls and La Fayette, and Council Bluffs, St. Paul, Minneapolis and Intermediate points. All Through Passengers carried on Fast Express Trains. For more detailed information, see Mapsnnd Folders, which may be obtained, as well as Tickets, at all principal Ticket Offices in the United States and Canada, or of R. R. CABLE, E.ST. JOHN, VIM-Pres't & Ren'l Manager, Oen'l T'k't & Pass'r Ag't CHICAGO- FALL CAMPAIGN! New Goods at Bottom Prices. ABEBiNBTHY & 00. Arc now MMtrttfeJ their (Int. instalment of Winter Goods, consisting of Gents', Youths', Boys' and Children's CLOTHING AND fDMISHIM GOODS. They also carry a complete Una of m HATS AND CAPS. TKUNKS, VALISES, &C, which they ar. determined to sell aa ehaap as they en .nd live. Giro them a call. Don't fonret tho place,, 73 JCOKTH SPRINO STREET, one door south of Preutfl it Pironl'i Drug Store. auifi lm Crystal Palace. REDUCED PRICE ~ Crockery, Glassware, a Lamps, Chandeliers- AT COST OF IMPORTATION! Get Our Prices Before Purchasing Elsewhere. We will Always Sell Cheaper than our Competitors. MEYBERG BROS.. 81 MAIN ■ STREET, LOS ANGELES. )vl4-tt H. SLOTTERBECK, Sportsmen's Headquarters, Temple Block, Opposite United States Hotel, , Dialler in all Bnfth* aud American latest lm prove.! Treble- Wedffe Fast and IlammerVa. Breech-Loading H^[^H^^ .no I HI Choke-boring ami Repairing .Msiis a .^■^^■■s^B AH work done in best style, speaking for itself and leaving no need fur self- ' praise. o2n WHOLESALE AND RKTAIL DEALER IN WINES LIQUORS AND CIGARS. FIRST STREET, BETWEEN SPRING AND RAIN, Santa Monica Hotel, A SUMMER AND WINTER RESORT. A Plret-CIURM Hotel oi m rooms or. Ih* bluff overlooking tlw Oe«au, 16 miles by ran i rrmw f«os Anfralea. (lood Miff bathing eforv month in tha vrnr. I*rv« Bath limine* on tha "Bearb t lireetty in front ot the HolMr,; iun.wh Hot or Oold. !*att ..ni rV<Mh water Baths. Tourist* nhotild . <tot fall tc visit this detitfittfnl resort. Trains laa-ve Ixm Angelus at i) SO A. M. aa4 6:00 P, M Leare . Santa Monica at 7:16 A. M. and 3 P. H. J. W. SCOTT PROPRIETOR S. M. HOTEL AND BATH HOUSES. decmi MISCELLAN Kill's. A NEW Jet Black Ink, # The Best in the Market, Writes Mack anil Flown Freely Tor «•!<. bj P. LAZARUS, JvlSlm Thi- l.eailllic xtnt i.iii.t . - m . J. F. UAERISON. OR. Dh'KS'iN HARRISON & DICKSON, Wooden rtillo ware, Brooms, Brushes, Cord age, etc, 'I'll) Front St., San Francisco, 2SI Los Angeles St.. Los Anselcs ...jilif I M. GRIFFITH & 00., Lumber Dealers, I ALAMEDA :i'l*Ki. i. BstwOMl Mm-y and Ch»vt« StfW'v DOORS, WINDOWS, BLINDS, BHINGLEh POSTS, LATHS. SHAKES, HAIR, I'LASTER OF PARIS, ETC ETC. 'Builders, Attention, p/i ml/If purchased from tliu Colton Lime Co. 1,5. 0 barrel* of FIRST - CLASS LIME ! Which we offer in bulk in lots to suit at £1 of>, and special prlee for large lots. SCOFIELD & TEVIS, !07 North Los Angeles Street. «Ktlt Un ANGELICA BAKERY. 400 First Mfreel. J. W. L.BEZ, proprietor. Families supplied with bread, oaken, pie*, etc., of the beat quality. Orders eokclted. m 29 lm A CARD. I commend to the citizens of Los Angele* and viciniivand roy former patrons and friends in puni>ular F. De W. Crank, U. D., with whom 1 have proics-ioitally associated. Je24)f J. 0 KIRKPATRICK. M. D. THE TIPTON STABLES. So. 17 Aliso Street. C GREBE, ' W. P MEI.NZKK. Proprietor. Manager. Livery and Feed Stables, Carriages and Bugg-ies for Hire Horns Boarded by the Day, Week or Moith at reasonable rates. A cart tin nance of fonnor patronage solicited. mSO lm A COMMON-SENSE REMEDY SALICYLICA! No More Rheumatism, Gout, or Neuralgia. IMMEDIATE RELIEF WARRANTED. PERMANENT CURE GUARANTEED. Five years established and never known to fail in a single owe, acute or chronic. Refer ti sll prrmmenl pbysh ians ami drug gists tor the s-smdwg wf fcUUcvi oa. BEOR.JIT: THE ONLY DISSOLVE*" OF THE POISONOUS URIC ACID WHICH EXISTi IN THK PL MJi) OF HHEUMATIu AND GOUTY PATIENTS. RM.LIsJYJ.IIA is known as a common sense rtuieuy; because it strikes directly at thi' c«a-c of Rheumatism, Gout and Neuralgia, while so many so called spudiics aud BuppjHtd panaceas :tly ticat loyally tot cffc.t■:. It has been come led by eminent scientists thai outwaidapplicatitns, fcueh as lubbuig with oil., Mtitnit itifi, iinimenu and soothing lotions will not eradicate these dUcascs, which are the result of the poisoning of the blood with Uric Acid. *ALICVLI< A works with manelous ef fect ou this acid, and so rt moves the disorder. It is now exclusively used by all celebrated phy*! ■■sans of Anuria and Kiiivpc. Highest Medical Academy oi Paris reports i-5 pur cent cures in three days. fi.it Nil.ll VI.X t is a cortalu cure for Klimnu.tr mm, tioat and \enralgiu. The most intense pants are subdued almost instantly. Give it a trial. Relief guaranteed or money re fuuded. Thousands of testimonials «nt on application. «1 A BoX. o BOXES l\#R *5. sent free b\ mail on receipt of-fßoney. Ask Your Druggist for It. But do not be deluded into taking Imitations oi ■üb-*iittm.3, or something recominundwd as "lust asgx.d!" I» s -.t on the genuine with the name ol WASHBURN & Co. on each box, which Is clt -micatly pure under onr signature, an iitdHpensable requisite to Inure success in the treatment. Take no other, or send to us. WASHBURN & CO.. Props. *S7 Broadway, ror. Itrndt' St.. \. V aiarlB-U*d&w OIL HOUSE. Scofield& Tevis CONTINENTAL OIL & TRANSPOR TATION CO. H, A. EDWARDS, Manager. Importer* and and dealers in Paints, White Lead, Turpentine, Glass, Illuminating aud Lv brieatlng oils, etc., etc. N0.23 LOS ANQELES STREET, LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA. apllf PONKT & ORR, UNDERTAKERS A EMBALMER&, OO Main Street. Embalming fcr Shipping a Specialty. We don't sell 20 per cent, less than . other houses, but the public will be sat isfled on inquiring that our pricea<are Lower than Any Other House lv the City * And SATISFACTION GUARANTEED, relrphone conn act ion with store and residence, inrbltt O- WKXT» V REAL ESTATE OFFOE, Room 49 Temple Block, Orfosm J'rtTlOl Lllto's Oor rt a* Sm Professor Louis Adams, j Who hss had twenty-serrn years experience ass 1 loaoher, wi'l give taasons in thf French Language - it his office, No. 34 Baker Blook, or at pupil's re-. ideftee, on moderate terms. References'. Mr. , Eugene Meyer. French Consul, Miss Stoneman •* J. M, Griffith, Mrs. Bishop Kip, G. A. Dobinaon. And many others, jyu lm NEW ADVKRTISKM KNTB. BRIGHT Comes to the front with a surprise announcement for fear that some one may not find ont that he is in the front rank with bet i r bargains than any other house West. Having not quite sold ont the nice stock of STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS Bought uf r'oluski 5: Son* at 50 cents on tho dollar. Ami in addition to their stock no haa a mummoili stick bought of Hmilh, Jones & Co., of Kansas City, Mo., ulmfuilel with ft fresh stock of Staple and Fancy Dry Goods, * which was bdttgM hy agent in St. Louis. Mo. Stock amounting to $21,000 fVss bought for cash for #10,000, and will bo sold here at 20 per cent, less than same goods can be bought. EXTRAORDINARY INDUCEMENTS ! Table Damask. all T men, 60 cts. per yard;soo dozen Napkins 40 etc to $2.60 pur dozen. Good Towels from 6to 60 cen's. Linen crash at from sto 15 cents a yard. 5,000 YARDS SUMMER DRESS GOODS At 5 cents to 7."> cents per ysud. Wool Dress Goods at a great sacrifice aa our stock is too large in that line. Lace Curtains 10 to 45 c uta a yard. Collars and ties at half price to close down the stock. Laddies', Misses' and Children's fclose for from sto 30 cents. Men's Hone, sto 25 cents. Corsets 25 cents to $1. k The InrffCHt Stock of RIBBONS, At less than Mfw York wholesale prices. A large stock of METE'S HATS 10 Cts and upward. Also a large stock of v Ladies' and Children's Hats, At less price than any place West. — -ii- Ladles' and Children's SHOES AT COST! To Close out the St >ok, and ten thousand other Articles too Numerous to Mention. CALL AND EXAMINE THE STOCK AND PRIOES. «T_ O BRIGHT. 239 Main Street. J.W. CALKINS CARRIAGE CO. Cor. of Los Angeles and Arcadia Sts., Opp. Aliso St J> si jj ? Z- s i y a, !> Sole Agents for Southern California for the Celebrated work of R. F. BRIGGS & CO., of Amesbury, Mass., The llncst work ever shown in this city. A full stock ot various styles now rca ly for Inspection, including DENNETTS & OPPENHEIU Bl «« V JIMP-SEATS. ALSO THE CALIFORNIA 4-SPRINCi WAGON IN THIS FINS QUALITY. OEAL£RS AND LIVERY HEX SIPPLIEU. The "Tip Top" Carriage .Sunshade. Can be ad justed to any desired position very cheap and desirable. «»Tlease call or send for illustrated price list. ml 7 3m dAw FRANK SHRIEE, WHOLESALE AND ftETAIL IIKALER IN MPORTED AND DOMESTIC CIGARS, CHEWINC&SMOKING TOBACCO, t'IWAKKTTRH. PL4YIW «\»HI»X. FIX.. ><>s. 100 & IOS N. Spring Street. Cor. Market. l.os Angeles. Cal. FRESH IMPORTED CIGARS A SPECIALTY. SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS TO THB TRADE. j«2Stf XrTs* u 4av2rcc ZX. LOWB, FORMERLY WITH WOOLLACOTr, HAS OFKNID AN MTABLISHMINT Ut THK Hrrnero Bla«k. San frrnamle Mt..OppMlte the Sr. PM.r.*er t>«p.t. MTArt. L>EALIH IS FINK IrVXAIEItt, I.f<«TjrOßS & OIOA.RS. Bottled UooAm > Mpecl.l tJ. Tli. paironao of th. rubllc ■ rwp«tf«il)r SUM .Ift In NO. 13.